Nagatsuka Takashi's novel The Soil, published in Japan in 1910, provides a moving and sensitive but unsentimental portrait of rural peasant life in Japan during the Meiji era. The community described is the author's native place, and the characters whose lives are described in vivid detail over a period of years are drawn from life.
In Defense of Presidential Libraries: Why the Failure to Build an Obama Library Is Bad for Democracy
There will be no Barack Obama Presidential Library. Think about that for a moment. Let it sink in. The nation’s first African American president will not have a presidential library administered by …Read More >